In her new book, the author explores the country’s housing crisis in human terms and calls for radical action to address a broken system.
As the pandemic forces droves more people into hardship, landlords and letting agents are capitalising on our worsening housing emergency.
People in dire financial straits are losing their homes because of a legal system that is failing to account for the impact of the pandemic.
Throughout the pandemic, the government has neglected students – particularly when it comes to housing. But a group of old school activists are stepping in and using radical politics to fight for a younger generation.
Across the country, landlords, letting agencies and tenant management companies are being challenged – and beaten – by grassroots organisers.
Our engorged property market – and the ensuing housing crisis – has become a cornerstone of the British economy. Those who actively profit from it shouldn’t be absolved.